- Kamakura: Realism and Spirituality in the Sculpture of Japan
- The magnificent sculpture of the Kamakura period (1185–1333) has long been considered a high point in the history of Japanese art. Stylistic and technical innovations led to sculpture that displayed greater realism than ever before.
- Missing Buddhist scroll from 12th century turns up in Nara temple
- Soyuji temple practices the Yuzu Nenbutsu school of Buddhism, while the Kongobuji temple in Koya's Mount Koyasan, Wakayama Prefecture, where the bulk of the existing Chusonji-kyo Sutras are kept, is the ecclesiastic head temple of the Koyasan Shingon ...
- PHOTO: Body-swinging monks chant prayers at Kyoto's Higashi-Honganji temple
- KYOTO--Seventy seated Buddhist monks intoned "nenbutsu" prayers and "wasan" hymns while swaying their bodies in unison during the annual memorial service at the famed Higashi-Honganji temple in Shimogyo Ward here on Nov. 28. The historic ...
- Religion Briefly
- Mindfulness sessions include walking meditation with mindful breathing and Nenbutsu recitation; chanting ritual with mind-body engagement through voice activation and breath control; and Dharma discussion of topics to move people into meaningful action ...
Nenbutsu is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Nenbutsu books and related discussion.
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